From: LARRY KLAES (ljk4_at_msn.com)
Date: Fri Mar 09 2007 - 07:43:39 PST
>From: Stewart Brand <sb_at_gbn.org>
>Subject: [SALT] What climate does to civilizations TONIGHT,Mar 9 (for
>Date: Thu, 8 Mar 2007 23:06:16 -0800
>Nobody takes as long a view of human affairs as archaeologists. The
>longest term problem the world now faces is climate change. Tonight a
>renowned archaeologist shows what even minor shifts in climate have done to
>"We Are Not the First to Suffer Through Climate Change," Brian Fagan, UCSF
>Mission Bay Conference Center, San Francisco, 7pm, TONIGHT, March 9. The
>lecture starts promptly at 7:30pm. Admission is free (a $10 donation is
>always welcome, not required).
>Peter Schwartz will introduce Brian Fagan and wrangle your questions. (You
>can see Schwartz's widely reported new paper on "Impacts of Climate Change"
>NOTE: We are at a new and very nifty theater for the SALT series, in San
>Franciso's emerging biotech complex at Mission Bay. The address of the
>UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center is 1675 Owens St., San Francisco. Map
>It's just off of 16th St., near 3rd St. The next four talks in the series
>will be at Mission Bay.
>This is one of a monthly series of Seminars About Long-term Thinking
>organized by The Long Now Foundation. All previous talks are available for
>download from the final link in this note. If you would like to be
>notified by email of forthcoming talks, please contact Simone Davalos---
>simone_at_longnow.org, 415-561-6582--- or go
><http://list.longnow.org/mailman/listinfo/SALT>here to sign up online.
>You are welcome to forward this note to anyone you think might be
> --Stewart Brand
>Stewart Brand -- sb_at_gbn.org
>The Long Now Foundation - http://www.longnow.org
>Seminars & downloads: http://www.longnow.org/projects/seminars/
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